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Bad Things Happen When Good People Do Nothing 7/17/18

By Tom Turner I have repeatedly asked myself over the years, “How do the good citizens of Bonham, on occasion, get stuck with sorry government?” More often than not, it’s because nobody asked the right questions or looked into the motives of the people running for office. Sometimes, people running for office have secret, self-serving agendas. Agendas which, if known, would guarantee they would not be elected. The situation at the Bonham Independent School District (BISD) is just one example of what goes wrong when we don’t vet candidates properly. I feel very strongly that it is The Fannin County Leaders’ continuing obligation to keep Fannin County’s voters informed as to what is really going on in government. Unfortunately, as of today, we have four school board members who have advanced their secret personal agenda at the expense of BISD’s adopted goals. Those board members are Chance Roberts, Randy Pendergrass, Jason Fox, and Dr. LaTonia Arris. What is the secret personal agenda of this group of four? Let’s begin with a little history. Jason Fox was a teacher in BISD who was given a review by the BISD administration. Rather than improving his teaching performance, he quit and got a job teaching in Bells. He had an ax to grind with the BISD administrators and ran for a position on the BISD school board for the purpose of getting revenge. He encouraged others to assist him in carrying out his agenda. He and the three other members of the group of four worked secretly for the last year to get the administrators responsible for Fox’s review fired. In carrying out their plan, they have

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potentially violated the Texas open government laws and have arguable violated criminal statutes. Their hateful efforts to date have resulted in the resignation of Superintendent Beaty and have terrorized Asst. Superintendent Cheek and her family. School Board Candidate Jason Walker did much of the group’s dirty work. He gathered pictures of the young girls at school functions. He also followed Marvin Beaty to find out where he was going and reported all of this back to the four board members. Thanks to the Texas Open Records Law much of this information is publicly available to citizens who ask the right questions. Turned over text messages confirm the group’s agenda. Some of the text messages and other information are available on The Fannin County Leader’s Facebook page. All of this information is at The Leader, if you would like to read it. To date, Chance Roberts, Randy Pendergrass, Jason Fox, and Dr. LaTonia Arris’ secret agenda has cost the School district over a quarter of a million dollars that could have been spent on “providing quality learning opportunities for every student every day.” Legal fees for the four Board Members continue to mount, at taxpayers’ expense. According to a budget amendment at the March School *All prices +TT&L, W.A.C. - Some units down payment may be slightly higher Board meeting, $84,662 was added to the BISD legal fund. 2015 KIA FORTE 2008 CHRYSLER SEBRING 2006 FORD F-150 SD As of April 2, 2019, they have spent $277,628.77. 2014 FORD F-150 After the 2008 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER 2006 FORD F-150 amendment, the costs could go to2014 $362,290.77. This is a FORD ESCAPE (BLK) 2008 CHEVY EQUINOX 2006 FORD EXPEDITION 2013 of DODGE DARTfunds in 2008 CHEVY COBALT EDDIE far cry from being “excellent stewards taxpayer 2012 FORD FUSION 2007 SUBARU FORESTER 2006 DODGE GRAND a transparent environment.” When 2012 will CHEVY it end?EQUINOX Again, I call 2007 PONTIAC G6 CARVAN 2011Randy FORD TAURUS 2007 PONTIAC for the resignation of Chance Roberts, Pendergrass, 2006 DODGE DURANGO 2011 FORD EXPEDITION 2007 KIA SPECTRA 2006 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER Jason Fox, and Dr. LaTonia Arris. The BISD deserves school 2011 DODGE RAM 2007 HYUNDAI SANTAFE 2006 CHRYSLER P.T. board members who will implement2010 the DODGE BoardsCALIBER Goals. 2007 HYUNDAI SANTA FE

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Is there a NEW FUTURE for downtown Bonham? Taxpayers are currently spending over $10,000.00 per month on leased buildings for our displaced courthouse offices with no end in sight. A common sense approach would dictate that this money be put to a better use so that you, the taxpayer could see the beneficial use of your tax dollars. Let’s hope that our County Commissioners have a vision and can they work with the new County Judge to make wise decisions for Fannin County? The time is NOW to ask your County Commissioners to give us their plans. If we all can agree that a new Annex should be downtown (for all the obvious reasons) then ask them for their choice of location, cost, parking solutions and cost to build. If a new building is considered, how are the County taxpayers going to pay for it. The Commissioners Court must not “kick the ball down the road” to a later time. Someone must evaluate space requirements for each department and which departments will move back into the new courthouse. Then determine the departments that need a new home and plan in advance for what is needed and complete the study in a timely fashion. Someone on the Commissioners Court needs to “step up” and take the lead in order for us to move forward! It has now been a month since the last workshop where this critical issue was discussed. Has anyone taken any action or suggested a detailed plan of action? Time is quickly passing. One suggestion is to continue to get public input and hold another specific workshop to address this serious issue. There were suggestions presented and good questions asked at the last workshop. Could it be that a consultant or professional help is required? Compare all the plans, solutions and costs. Then make a wise decision and move forward before this issue becomes a

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living hero for every age. Even Paul in the New Testament, often used terms that that describe the Christian life in part by the use of military words. An example “Put on the whole armor of God.” In the Book of Revelation, the writer deals with last things as speaks of the Battle of Armageddon. Many of the great leaders of our country’s history who have played an important role have been people of military experience. George Washington, Dwight Eisenhauer and Douglas McArthur are three men whose memory we admire. It is more than just idle talk when we say that we are deeply in the debt of those who have

fought for and defended and fleshed out our great country. Psalms 23 cannot only be called the Shepherd psalm but may be called the psalmist’s shepherd. Thus, my topic for the week may be called “The Veteran’s Shepherd.” David is seen first with assignment of carrying supplies to his brothers on the battle lines – then as a warrior in the slaying of Goliath. He is seen as a musician in the armies of Saul. The example and the words of David, the veteran, has much to say to us in our day. Psalm 23:1 lends itself to a relationship that should be the possession of all of us.

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lyzed this way. 1. The Lord – the Lord is a definite Lord. 2. Is – alive for evermore. 3. My – personal possession. 4.Shepherd –God a caring force. This psalm has sung its way across the barriers of time, race and language. For 25 centuries it has been treasured in the heart of people. Today, it is loved more than ever before. And why the reason it continues to live? It is not because of its greatness as a piece of literature, but because of its personal in-reach it continues to grow in it’s outreach.

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COOKING IN FANNIN COUNTY 10/4/16

by Tommie Sue Turner

Please send me your favorite or unique recipes to 300 E. Russell Ave., Bonham, TX 75418, or take them by the Leader’s office at 224 N. Main St. in Bonham. I get so excited and happy when I receive a recipe in the mail. Linda Davis, of Bonham, sent this one to me and said that it is a different sort of hash. I like meals that are in one dish like this one. I’m going to give it a try as soon as I get a chance. Cooking the squash and Brussel sprouts in the microwave will shorten the cooking time for this recipe. Thank you so much, Linda, for sending this recipe to us.

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Aggies 6/20/17Unite For Distinctive Tradition Press Release - Former Students of Texas A&M University will assemble in Bonham on April 23 for the annual Texas Aggie Muster in honor of all Texas Aggies who have passed away within the last year, announced Muster Chair Thump Witcher. Various Muster activities, including dinner, ceremony and the video, Aggies The True Story of Texas A&M, will begin at 6:30 P.M. at the Derrell Hall Education Center, 2505 North Center (Highway 78 N) in Bonham, Texas. All former and current students, their families and friends of Texas A&M University are invited to attend, Thump Witcher said. The Texas Aggie Muster tradition, which spans more than a century, will be observed in more than 300 locations around the world. These Muster gatherings are held in many unique places ranging from battleships and foxholes during World War II to ballrooms, steak houses, Afghanistan and in Iraq this year. Over the years, Aggie Muster has grown to be one of Texas A&M’s most revered traditions. Muster honors the memories of A&M men and women whose deaths prevents them from answering

WISE FUNERAL HOME EASY CHICKEN AND BUTTERNUT SQUASH HASH 12 oz. pre-chopped butternut squash (about 3 cups) 1 tablespoon water 2 cups Brussel sprouts (about 7 oz.) 3 center cut bacon slices, chopped (about ¼ cup) 5 oz. shredded rotisserie chicken breast (about 1 cup) 1 cup yellow onion 3 garlic cloves, minced (about 1 tablespoon) 1 teaspoon fresh Thyme leaves ¾ teaspoon coarsely ground black pepper 5 tablespoons olive oil, divided 3/8 teaspoon kosher salt, divided 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar Place squash and 1 tablespoon water in a medium microwaveable bowl. Cover with plastic wrap. Microwave 2 minutes. Add Brussel sprouts. Cover with plastic wrap and microwave until vegetables are tender, about 2 minutes. Transfer squash and Brussel sprouts to a plate lined with paper towels to drain. Heat a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add bacon, and cook, stirring often for about 5 minutes. Add chicken, onion, garlic, thyme, pepper,

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By Sandy Hood 1 Call to Order / Establish Quorum – The regular Commissioners Court meeting was called to order by Judge Moore, Tuesday, April, 9, 2019. A quorum was established as all commissioners and the judge were present. 2 Invocation – Pastor Jase Waller of Telephone Baptist Church gave the invocation. 3 Pledges – Major James Manis led the pledges to the U.S. flag and then the Texas flag. 4 Public Forum – No one spoke in public forum. 5 Introductions – There were no introductions. 6 Discussion, Consideration and Action to approve Minutes for 04/02/2019 (R) and 04/03/2019 (S) – County Judge for County Clerk – Commissioner Whitlock made a motion to approve the minutes. Commissioner Magness seconded. Motion carried. 7 Discussion, Consideration and Action to approve Proclamation stating April 2019 as Child Abuse Awareness Month in Fannin County and authorize County Judge to sign Proclamation on behalf of Fannin County – County Judge for Fannin County Children’s Center – Commissioner Magness made a motion to approve the proclamation. Commissioner Self seconded. Motion carried and Judge Moore signed the proclamation. 8 Discussion, Consideration and Action to approve

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the Annual Financial Report from Rutledge Crain & Company, PC for Fiscal Year 2017-2018 – County Judge for County Auditor – Lewis Crane presented the Fannin County Annual Financial Report for the year ending September 2018. Mr. Crane stated that the financial report is very good this year. The County received $752,000 more in revenue than what was budgeted, and very few departments had overruns. The impressive thing is that the expenditures of all departments totaled, came in at $1,560,000 below budget. The assets of the County exceeded its liabilities by $24,268,823 (net position). Of this amount $9,072,340 (unrestricted net position) may be used to meet the government’s ongoing obligations to citizens and creditors. The County’s total net assets increased by $1,217,796 this report. The majority of this increase is attributed to the increase in capital assets. The unreserved portion of the General Fund balance was $4,955,961 or 44% of the total General Fund expenditures for fiscal year 2018. Fannin County is above the recommended 25%. This is great news, because as the county grows, we will have more revenue coming in but we will also have more expenses to cover for things like road maintenance as the buildout occurs. Mr. Crane ended with, “Things are exciting in Fannin County and I believe the future

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The Oaks in Paris, TX - subdivision has beautiful homesites available with lots of trees. Corner of Hwy 82 and South Loop 286 in Paris. ...........................Starting at $12,000 704 W 7th Street Bonham - this vacant lot is ready to buildOon. S LDIt will not last long, priced to sell! ................... $8,500.

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looks good here. The county is in good shape.” 9 Consideration and Action to approve Fannin County Auditor’s monthly reports for March 2019 – County Judge for County Auditor – Alicia Whipple reported that the counties income so far is $13,878,092.37, and this is 51% of what was budgeted. The county has spent $8,423,013.35 and this amount is 35% of what was budgeted. All departments are on track and the District Court is very much under budget from where they were this time last year. Commissioner Lackey moved to approve the auditor’s report. Commissioner Whitlock seconded. Motion carried. 10 Consideration and Action to approve payment of bills – County Judge for County Auditor – Commissioner Magness made a motion to pay the bills. Commissioner Self seconded. Motion carried. 11 Discussion, Consideration and Action to approve rental purchase option on a 2018 self-propelled broom, Serial # 818134 / Stk # 8283 – Commissioner Precinct 4 – Commissioner Lackey explained that this is a street sweeper that is very much needed. If approved, they will have a working and safe street sweeper. Rental is $2,200 a month with the total purchasing price at the end being $59,578. Commissioner Lackey made a motion to approve the rental/purchase of the needed equipment. Commissioner Magness seconded. Motion carried. 12 Discussion, Consideration and Action to move train containers from the Driver’s License parking lot to Precinct 4 barn – Commissioner Precinct 4 – Com-

missioner Lackey stated that the parking lot at the Driver’s License building stays full and yesterday he counted 33 cars parked there. Moving the containers would serve 2 purposes; it would improve the appearance around the building and it would give additional room for safe parking. Commissioner Whitlock made a motion to approve. Commissioner Lackey seconded. Motion carried. 13 Discussion, Consideration and Action to purchase a 1994 Model 370 Peterbilt Cab and Chassis for Precinct 1 at a cost of $20,000 – Commissioner Precinct 1 – Commissioner Whitlock stated that this truck has been rebuilt throughout and would like to purchase from Texoma Limestone. They are in dire need of a truck and he believes this would be a good buy. Commissioner Whitlock made a motion for the County to purchase the truck. Commissioner Magness seconded. Motion carried. 14 Discussion, Consideration and Action to solicit annual bids for the purchase of Rock and Gravel for all precincts - County Judge for Purchasing Agent – Michelle Case requested permission to solicit annual bids for rock and gravel bids. If approved, a public notice will appear in the paper next week, it will be on the websites this week and the bids will be opened May 9th. Commissioner Magness made a motion to approve. Commissioner Self seconded. Motion carried. 15 Discussion, Consideration and Action to establish a public hearing date and time regarding the SUP application for Austin Bridge and Road - County Judge Judge Moore reported that Austin Bridge and Road has purchased about 10 acres from Bob McCraw and is applying to build an asphalt plant on Pecan Street, just north of Highway 82. The Lake Zoning Commission conducted a pre-hearing yesterday (April 9th), where many questions were asked and answered. Judge Moore also reported that they will be asking TxDOT to give another access to the plant for safety purposes. Continued See Commissioners on page 9


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Commissioners Continued from page 8 Crossing 82 is already a dangerous situation even without the many big trucks that will be crossing it for the asphalt plant. There will be 2 hearings in the future; one with the Lake Zoning Commission and one with Commissioners Court. The Public Hearing for Commissioners Court will be held on April 30, 2019 at 8:00am. Commissioner Magness made a motion to have a Public Hearing regarding the application for the Asphalt Plant to be held on April 30, 2019 at 8:00am. Commissioner Whitlock seconded. Motion carried. Judge Moore added that if any citizen has a concern, to please address it with their county commissioner or a member of the Lake Zoning Commission. 16 Discussion, Consideration and Action to accept bid for the Exterior Cleaning of and Lead Based Paint Removal from the outside of the Fannin County Courthouse - County Judge for Purchasing Agent – Michelle Case stated that Turner Construction reviewed and scored the 5 bids the county received for the cleaning of the exterior of the courthouse. One bidder retracted their bid, leaving 4. Turner Construction checked qualifications and abilities of bidders. They then narrowed it down to 2 bidders, of which they recommend Frontier Waterproofing, Inc., at a bid of $332,380.00. Turner Construction is also recommending that the county accept Alternates 1for interior lead paint removal at $51,720. While Frontier is working and having the exterior tested for the lead based paint, they will also have the inside tested, which will save the county a lot of money in the long run. The $51,720 is worst case scenario for the testing and cleaning. If the test for the inside is returned with safe levels, the cost would only be $6,500. The bid of $332,380 is $134,000 more than what was budgeted. Turner Construction believes that they did not bid

this part of the job correctly because of the environmental cleaning process. Commissioner Lackey added that originally the black mastic was not believed to have anything behind it, and then it turned out that it did have. This is when the scope of work changed. Commissioner Lackey made a motion to award the contract to Frontier Waterproofing Inc. Commissioner Magness seconded. Judge Moore asked Ms. Case for the time frame for the work to be completed. Ms. Case stated that Turner wanted an answer within 2 weeks and we are giving it to them in 2 days. Frontier’s proposed schedule says that once they receive notice to proceed; submittals will be in 3 business days, material delivery will be in 5 business days and the project duration is proposed to be 108 working days. Motion carried. 17 Comments by County Commissioners and County Judge: • Commissioner Whitlock had no comments today. • Commissioner Self thanked everyone who was present to observe Commissioners Court and expressed his excitement about the courthouse. • Commissioner Magness stated that he is happy that we are getting started on the cleaning and knows that the public will be excited to see work being done. • Commissioner Lackey thanked everyone for attending and reminded everyone about the Hazardous Waste Clean-up day, April 20th from 9:00am to 1:00pm.He stated that he is real excited about the courthouse and is happy to see something happening on it. • Judge Moore reminded everyone that Commissioners Court will begin at 10:30am, next week (April 16, 2019) because Commissioners Court will be attending Fannin County Futures Fair at the Fannin County Agrilife Extension will be holding for kids in Fannin County. 18 Adjourn – Commissioner Whitlock made a motion to adjourn. Commissioner Lackey seconded. Motion carried.

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Clint Cheek Announces Candidacy for School Board The Business of School My name is Clint Cheek, this is the announcement of my Candidacy for Bonham School 4/16/19 Board, Place 5. It would be my pleasure if you would read the next few paragraphs - not only to better understand what you can expect from me and why, but primarily as a reminder of the importance of this role in our community. In this Great Country our founders made the promise everyone would receive an education. Since then it has become a nearly 700 Billion Dollar industry. Who pays for it? We do. What does this industry produce? Some will say, educated young minds, others will argue – our future. Either way there is no doubt we are the stake holders. We elect a board to be “responsible citizens” and “good stewards” of our children, our tax dollars and the future of this community, to act on the best interest of our most precious people, our children. You and I have proudly made the choice to live here in Bonham Texas. We have elected; the mayor, the city council, the county commissioners and the school board to govern this community. As citizens we depend on them to act responsibly and demonstrate leadership. As of late, our school board has descended into chaos, a calamity. In any organization, unit, team or staff, when there is weak or poor leadership chaos will follow. Leadership must come from the top. If we have a board that leads, we can secure a superintendent that leads - We can secure a culture that wins. Let’s face it, we are a small town an hour north of one of the biggest, fastest growing cities in the country. We are forced to compete for talented staff and administrators.

Our budget doesn’t permit us to compete based on salary the way Plano or McKinney does. The way we compete is by creating a desirable culture, a safe place for families - a place people want to be. Many of you are aware of the construction on 121, 82 and the coming of the lake. It will bring millions of dollars to our community. We are being given the opportunity to be bursting at the seams with growth as people will be able to commute on the improved highways. Who we elect will govern the type of population we attract and who will desire to join our community. It will impact our property values, the sports teams, our entire local economy. This change is coming, we cannot stop it BUT we CAN influence it for the better or the worse. Who we elect is who we are entrusting with this change. So, why am I running for school board? The milliondollar question. Well here is my $2 answer. Originally, I didn’t want to be on the school board. Four people came to mind as who should run for Place 5; I went to them one by one. They all said, “absolutely not interested.” On the second to the last day, as I was out of options and hope that anyone was willing to help turn this board around, I heard the words of my college coach, “If it is to be, it is up to me.” Every single week for 4 years I heard, “The Discipline of Integrity is doing what is right or necessary even if no one is looking.” So, I filled out the forms and turned them in carrying all the information I’ve just shared. Knowing what would be required of me should I be elected. The work of a School Board Member should be simple, otherwise it would be a paid position, but it’s not – that’s why it is a volunteer work

our district attractive to great staff. 4. My actions to the above will be respectful and ethical. There is a meet the candidate event coming on Thursday, April 18, 2019 from 6pm8pm at the New Bonham High School, it would be my pleasure if you would attend, I welcome the opportunity to meet you and answer any questions you may have. My name is Clint Cheek, I am offering to be a volunteer in this community, to make desirable change and to be held accountable by you, the stake holders, for the betterment of the place we all proudly call home.- All I can promise you is I will do the best I can. Hopefully, you will remember to go vote before the deadline. Reminder: Early voting is set for April 22-April 30 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., with extended voting hours of 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on April 25 and April 30. Election Day is May 4 from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. A portion of this paid for by Clint Cheek.

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part-time for 3 years for free. By simple, I mean, Texas provides the rules, the process and the procedures. School boards provide the ethics and the work. As a father, I know in some households, “report card day” is full of blissful pride and in others it ends in tears or being grounded. In my home, when those report cards come in I feel like those grades are a reflection of the role I’m playing in my children’s lives. Am I keeping my kids on track, have I done enough extra work with them? The success of our kids is critical, none of them should be forced to ride a bicycle to work at age 25 because we didn’t make the effort. Usually, I can avoid crying at report card time and I haven’t been grounded in a long time. *As a board member here is what I have to offer. 1. I will follow the rules of Texas and the Bonham school district. 2. I will work to restore a culture of leadership and integrity. 3. I will work to make

Three Facts Regarding Easter Sunday: 7/3/18 1. Easter is a time to remember and celebrate that our Lord has conquered death and brings hope to all who will trust Him! 2. Many people who do not regularly attend church look for a church to attend on Easter Sunday. 3. Churches welcome guests to attend and experience worship of the Risen Savior.

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Foremost on La Vergne’s to-do list is retention of Bonham’s police and fire personnel. Bonham public service personnel receive training in Bonham; some of them then move on to cities with higher salaries. When they take that knowledge with them, Bonham is dramatically affected in response times, and knowledge of criminal elements in Bonham. As a council member, La Vergne wants the City Manager to investigate competitive salary structures to retain these personnel while staying within Bonham’s overall budget. Our population growth makes this even more critical. La Vergne practically grew up at City Hall; his father was the late Captain Timothy La Vergne, Sr. Timothy La Vergne II is a lifetime Bonham resident. He and his wife Shaterra are raising their children here.

La Vergne is involved with numerous civic organizations that count on his volunteer can-do spirit. La Vergne’s vision for B o n h a m ’ s future includes more youth and family activities in Bonham. These activities would include the proposed splash pad for Powder Creek Park and activities that serve Bonham and all of Fannin County. La Vergne wants City social media upgraded so that citizens are informed of City decision and work in progress. Bonham must manage to perform infrastructure work, including longoverdue street and water pipe work, while retaining our trained public safety personnel. We can do it! Remember: You are much more likely to be affected, and usually immediately, by decisions made in Bonham than in Austin and/or Washington, D.C. Timothy La Vergne II will be an added asset to Bonham’s City council. VOTE FOR TIMOTHY LA VERGNE II.

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Ector catcher Hannah Easley competes during District 13-2A softball on April 9. Photo by Rich Hilliard

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By Rich Hilliard Get us to State: It served recently as a motto for a Fannin County high school softball team. Even if stated otherwise: It yearly equates the ultimate goal for teams -- as well as individuals -- in all high school sports. Amongst team sports, advancing to the highest level has been a real-

ity four times for county softball teams during the current decade. Now Class 2A Sam Rayburn made consecutive trips to the 1A state championship game in 2012 and 2013. The previous two years, struggles during district play proved anything but a harbinger for a couple of current county 1A teams.

Dodd City turned a late start to the 2017 softball season -- beginning in March with district play, due to a basketball title game appearance -- into a trip to the 1A state semifinals. Last spring, Ector, which in its postseason

return in 2017 after a long absence had lost to Dodd City in the regional semifinals, reached the 1A softball state championship game for the first time. Others have also made deep runs into the softball postseason during this decade which will end later this year. In 2015 and 2016, 2A Trenton finished a round shy of its own trips to State with consecutive regional finals appear-

Rebels hoops Thomison nets all-district honorable mention

By Rich Hilliard Sam Rayburn senior Mike Thomison garnered an honorable mention on the All-District 12-2A boys basketball team for 2019. Thomison equated one of only two seniors -- and the lone remaining member of 2018’s regional quarterfinalist Rebels team -- on the roster for Sam Rayburn, which

struggled last season in the absence of many graduated veterans. The Rebels finished winless last season in 12-2A where they will again vie in 2020 against Lindsay, the 2019 district champion; Tom Bean, the runner-up; Valley View, the third-place qualifier; Tioga, the fourth-place qualifier; and Collinsville. Sam Rayburn’s Mike Thomison (right) fights for position for a rebound following a free throw during District 122A boys basketball last season. Photo by Rich Hilliard

Trenton’s Bryttan Beezley watches a pitch to the plate while taking a lead off second base on April 5 during District 13ances. Con- 2A softball. Photo by Rich Hilliard

secutive runs to the regional semifinals and regional quarterfinals came before and after those almost-Austin trips. Bonham, which entered 2019 on a 10-yearlong postseason streak, made three-straight regional quarterfinals trips in 4A the last three years, before dropping to 3A for district play this spring. With a regional quarterfinals advance last spring, 2A Honey Grove made its second-straight third-round appearance and second time of backto-back trips that far this decade. Most recently, neigh-

boring Bells in the regional quarterfinals stopped potentially longer postseason runs for Trenton (2017) and Honey Grove (2018) en route to backto-back 2A championships. Likewise, Krum outlasted Bonham in the 2017 regional quarterfinals on the way to the 4A crown. While not making any long runs yet in the playoffs, 3A Leonard, with bidistrict trips in 2017 and 2018, ended a decadeplus postseason drought. Chances to reach State await again later this month, as the 2019 softball postseason starts.

SR tennis sending four to regional competition By Rich Hilliard Sam Rayburn has qualified four players for regional tennis competition this month. Freshman Logan Sanderson advanced by winning the District 12-2A boys singles title on April 8. In girls doubles, sopho-

mores Kirsten and Kaylen Cockrill garnered second place to qualify. Freshman Taylor Hix also finished second in girls singles to advance for Sam Rayburn, which will compete in the Region II2A Tournaments at McKinney Boyd High School on April 17-18.


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Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Featuring Robotic Joint Replacement

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Alpha Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is celebrating its 10th year of caring for the orthopedic needs of our community. Over the years our community served has grown from the McKinney area to include Grayson county and southern Oklahoma. It is because of our friendly northern neighbors that we decided to open an office in Sherman, Texas. We are excited to announce that our beautiful new Sherman office is now open near 1417 and Hwy 75! Duncan L. McKellar, Jr. MD In order to provide full-time orthopedic care to the Texoma community, we are very excited to introduce Duncan McKellar, Jr, MD. Dr. McKellar is an experienced orthopedic surgeon based at our new Sherman, Texas location. Dr. McKellar completed his training at the University of Arizona in 1990 under the tutelage of Dr Robert Volz, one of the early innovators of joint replacement surgery. For the past 25 years, he has practiced general orthopedics with an emphasis on hip and knee replacements and revisions. He has served in multiple hospital leadership roles including director of Joint Replacement Programs, Chief of Surgery, and Chief of Staff with a career long emphasis on quality and standardization of outcomes in joint replacement surgery. An early adopter of computer assisted surgery, he maintains a keen interest in utilization of evolving technology in hip and knee reconstruction. Dr. McKellar is board certified by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgeons and is a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, member of the American Medical Association, and other state medical and orthopedic societies.

Charles E. Toulson, MD Dr. Charles Toulson, MBA is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon, fellowship trained in adult reconstruction. Dr. Toulson earned his medical degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has extensive experience that began with his training at Johns Hopkins Hospital, the highest ranked hospital in the United States. He then completed his sub-specialty training at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York, which has the top orthopedic program in the country. Dr. Toulson has been voted among D Magazine’s Best Doctors for multiple years in a row. His areas of specialty include adult hip and knee reconstruction, adult hip and knee revisions and robotic-assisted hip and knee replacements.

Jon C. Thompson, MD Jon C. Thompson, MD is double board certified in orthopedic surgery and orthopedic sports medicine. Dr. Thompson graduated with honors from Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and then received his Medical Degree from the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland. He proudly served the brave men and women in the United States Armed Services prior to going into practice in McKinney, Texas. He specializes in orthopedic sports medicine including injuries to the shoulder, knee, ankle, elbow and wrist. His special interests are ACL reconstruction, cartilage preservation and restoration, and shoulder instability. Dr. Thompson has been honored by being voted among D Magazine’s Best Doctors for multiple years. He is also the author of Netter’s Concise Orthopedic Anatomy which is currently in its second edition. He has a passion for performing state-of-the-art cartilage restoration techniques which restores and preserves joints and allows patients to return to their normal activity levels and postpone joint replacements. Brian J. Snow, MD Brian J. Snow, M.D. is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who received his medical degree from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. After graduating from medical school he completed his orthopedic surgery residency at the Los Angeles County+USC Medical Center, the busiest trauma center in the country. He then went on to complete a fellowship in advanced arthroscopy and sports medicine at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. During his training he treated a wide variety of injuries for athletes at all levels and contributed articles to medical literature about the longterm effects of ACL reconstruction. He has served as the team physician for various high schools and cared for the University of Utah Utes and the USC Trojans. Dr. Snow has also been selected as one of D Magazine’s Best Doctors. Dr. Snow specializes in sports medicine injuries, fractures in adults and children and total hip and knee replacements.

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FIRST STEPS 4 DEFENSE Bonham 5/29/18 By Sandy Hood The regular meeting of the Bonham City Council met on April 8, 2019. Chase Hinson of the First Baptist Church of Bonham gave the invocation. The financial reports for the month of February and March of 2019 were accepted. The March 2019, Employee of the Month is Battalion Chief Billy Hughes of the Bonham Fire Department. Chief Hughes has been with the department for 25 years. He is described as a leader who “goes above and beyond in support of his personnel.” Some of the reasons Hughes was nominated include, he “advocates for a better work environment and culture, on a regular basis,” “he exemplifies commitment to his crew and backs them without hesitation,” and “Chief Hughes is constantly working to improve the department and Bonham.” Dave Struchtemeyer, Director of Finance for the

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In a few short days the 2019 Notice of Appraised Value for all real properties in Fannin County will appear in mail boxes. This year, the Notices were mailed on April 15th to the owner of record at the address listed on the appraisal records. These notices are perhaps the most important piece of mail you will receive from the Appraisal District and it is important that property owners read and understand the contents. The notices also usher in the phase of the tax calendar known as equalization—the time set aside in law for property owners or their authorized agents to address concerns related to the information on the notices. If you are one of those folks that likes to stockpile your mail and wait till the end of the week or month to sift through and finally read it, you may want to slightly adjust that habit when it comes to this piece of mail. If you wait too long, you just may have procrastinated away your right to dispute the notice Although you have the right to protest, the law is very clear on the deadline to exercise that right. So please take a little time, open the mail and raise whatever issue you may have in a timely manner or early if possible. Most issues are easily resolved provided there is sufficient evidence to allow a change. The real estate market has experienced significant changes in our county over the last year or so and the impact of that change

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City of Bonham reported that tax collections taken in, up to the end of March, are almost 95% collected, with almost $2.5 collected for the year. Sales taxes through the month of March are over 7.5% greater than this time last year. Revenues and expenses are tracking very close to budget. Police overtime has been returning to normal after the spike in the beginning of the year. Water and sewer are very close to budget with their revenues and expenses. The City is about half way through the fiscal year and we do not anticipate any budget shortfalls. Mayor Roy Floyd presented Proclamation for Red River Art, Wine and Music Fest Day to The Creative Art Center. The event will be held on May 11th from 9am6pm. The event will host children’s activities, artist vendors, wineries, music, silent auction, art contest and much more. This event is an endeavor to raise money to promote art, and to entice

those outside of Bonham to participate in the arts and activities of the Creative Art Center. The Creative Art Center would like for everyone to come and just have fun. Sean Pate and Tony Rodriguez share the dream of a Splash Pad in Bonham. The City Council endorsed the project contingent on BEDCO’s support (see article about the Splash Pad). The City Council approved to contract with the Fannin County Clerk for Election Services for May 4, 2019 election. Steve Filipowicz, Executive Director of BEDCO requested for the City Council to ratify the action of the BEDCO Board of Directors to approve a $90,000 low interest loan to Trans Cable International (TCI) for an internal expansion at the Bonham facility, and to designate the TCI expansion a project. This loan will help TCI with the acquisition and installation of additional production equipment to

is indicated on each notice of value. Areas of special concern are properties that transferred ownership in 2018 that were granted agricultural special valuation or certain exemptions. New applications were sent to all new owners of those properties but not all have reapplied. Please pay special attention to the notice and make certain it is what you are expecting. If you do not receive your notice by April 22nd, please call our office at 903-583-8701 to make sure we are reflecting the correct mailing address for the

current property owner. Updating your mailing address is easy, simply contact the Appraisal District to obtain a change of address form or go online at www.fannincad.org and click the “Contact Us” tab to submit the address change online. Changes of address must be submitted in writing. It is the property owner’s responsibility to update the Appraisal District in writing of their current mailing address. For a more detailed outline of property owner options and additional information regarding this topic, please go to our

significantly increase their production capability and add 8 new fulltime jobs at this facility over the next 2 years. TCI’s management team is moving ahead with the planned expansion which is taking place in the existing Bonham plant. For a visual illustration of the type of manufacturing TCI does here in Bonham, visit YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=9pikZwdmwMs Steve went on to say that the market has been strong for TCI and that everything they make goes out the door and there is no product stored. Jeff Almendinger, Chief Operating Officer/Director of Manufacturing for TCI, shared with the Bonham City Council that they have experienced significant growth. He said that he has seen growth in Bonham and his commitment is to grow with Bonham. Jeff stated that he was very pleased to see the action on the Splash Pad tonight, and went on

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to say that one of the challenges to getting people to move to Bonham is, “What is there to do in Bonham.” He thanked the City Council for the commitment to growing and improving the life in Bonham. Jeff shared that Trans Cable is growing nicely, the challenges that come with that are many fold, including a large capital. In the last 6 years here, they have invested between 7-8 million dollars to the facility and

the equipment that is there. He said that it is a stretch at times, and where we can, to improve our cash flow, a low interest loan like this, only contributes to our ability to fund continued growth. The City Council approved the loan. Chief Bankston, Of the Bonham Police Department was the last item on the agenda. He presented a required annual report on racial profiling. It was very evident from his report that there was not racial profiling last year.

NOTICE AT A MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF HONEY GROVE TO BE HELD ON MAY 13, 2019, THE CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER ISSUING A TIME WARRANT(S) OF THE CITY IN ORDER TO RETIRE EXISTING DEBT ON 2016-1 AND TO FINANCE THE SEWER MAIN PROJECT. THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF THE PROPOSED TIME WARRANT INDEBTNESS WILL BE TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($200,000). THE RATE OF INTEREST THE TIME WARRANT(S) WILL BEAR IS EIGHT AND A QUARTER PERCENT (8.25%) PER ANNUM. THE MAXIMUM MATURITY DATE OF THE TIME WARRANT(S) IS SEVEN (7) YEARS. PUBLISHED IN THE FANNIN COUNTY LEADER ON THE 16TH AND THE 23RD DAYS OF APRIL, 2019.

webpage at www.fannincad. org and review the news release as well as links to the comptroller’s page.

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masconbuilderstx@gmail.com Honey Grove Elementary Awards 3rd Nine Weeks 5th Grade A Honor Roll:

Evey Barbee, Esperanza Guajardo, Maddy McKenzie, AJ Naber, Payton Norris, Kobe Patt, Anna Kate Thomas

5th Grade A & B Honor Roll:

Braylie Anderson, Levi Aycock, Mason Banker, Kionna Braxton, Andrew Brown, Ja’Mya Gadlin, Drake Greene, Kalon Gonzalez, Kinley Hallmark, Ava Hughes, Jayden Ingram, Beto Jaramillo, Elli Lane, Randi Langham, Kaydence Mahaffey, Adal Martinez, Blue McMorris, Cyrus McMorris, Chris Moreno, Ryelan Morris, Jaxon Preas, Avery Reese, Carson Reese, Adam Rubio, Axel Sanchez, Jaden Sandlin, Lane Tindel, Isabella Weger, Kailyn Whitman, Zachary Wolfe, & Andrew Womack

Honey Grove Elementary Awards 3rd Nine Weeks 4th Grade A Honor Roll:

Aiden Finney, Lila Lane & Trace Moreland

4th Grade A & B Honor Roll:

Tori Brock, Serenity Canady, Aden Fife, Coltan Fisher, Jocelyn Gamez, Tristian Grantom, Ariana Hardin, Malliyah Hayes, Lillie Howell, Jonny Juarez, Mattie Lawton, Lily Mahan, Kayleigh Naber, Brooklyn Nelson, Kenzie Norris, Kylee Pry, Journey Redd, Angeline Reyes, Montana Webb, Carson Whitlock, & Lola Yant

File Name: MasConRoofing091918 2x2 Abby Eitel, Gaby English, Honey Grove Date Created:Natalia 09/19/18Finney, Riley Fox, Date Modified: September 24, 2018 3:51 PM Elementary Austin Grantom, Baylee Hallmark, Kiyah Ingram, Awards Lillian Jarrell, Terren Jud3rd Nine Weeks kins, Carson Klockgether,

3rd Grade A Honor Roll:

Cord Butler, Abigail Esquivel, Braxton Fore, Carley Ottmo, Raylen Pinkston, & Wade Towery

3rd Grade A & B Honor Roll:

Kason Bass, Carmen Chagas, Katelin Clark, Lily Clower, Hudson Edwards,

March Rainfall

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The City of Bonham is seeking letters of interest for Planning and Zoning Board Members. The following are individual requirements to be eligible to serve on a City of Bonham board or commission: A). Ad-Valorem taxpaying residents, business owners, citizen of the USA, renters and/or lessees of property within the corporate city limits of Bonham and/ or B.) Individuals possessing specific knowledge, skill sets or expertise that have demonstrated interest in the betterment of Bonham. All persons interested in serving on a city appointed board must do so by submitting a letter stating the board of interest, your reason for applying, full name and address as well as your qualifications to the attention of the City Secretary at 514 Chestnut St Bonham, TX 75418. Letter of interest must be submitted by 5:00 pm on April 26, 2019.

PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Bonham is seeking letters of interest for Implementation Committee Members. The following are individual requirements to be eligible to serve on a City of Bonham board or commission: A). Ad-Valorem taxpaying residents, business owners, citizen of the USA, renters and/or lessees of property within the corporate city limits of Bonham and/ or B.) Individuals possessing specific knowledge, skill sets or expertise that have demonstrated interest in the betterment of Bonham. All persons interested in serving on a city appointed board must do so by submitting a letter stating the board of interest, your reason for applying, full name and address as well as your qualifications to the attention of the City Secretary at 514 Chestnut St Bonham, TX 75418.

2nd Grade A Honor Roll:

Sophia Barker, Brylee Braley, Ryan Cheney, Allie Cope, Rozlynn Finney, Deacon Flowers, Thomas Foote, Sierra Gilbert, Jack-

Walk-ins Welcome M-F 8:30 am - 5:30 pm Sat. Appointments Only

By Malinda Allison The total rainfall for March 2019 was 2.85 inches, making the total for 2019 January-March 7.91 inches. In 2018 we had a very large rainfall in February

and March, and the January-March total for 2018 was 18.21 inches. There is historical rainfall data for Honey Grove from 1916 - 2008. The historic average for 19812008 for March is 4.56 inches, and the historic average for 1981-2008 for January-March is 11.12. Many thanks to Freida and Bill Moreland for taking the daily measurements. Rainfall results are reported on the Facebook page Honey Grove Texas Rainfall each evening when there is more than a trace of rainfall.

Photography Workshop Offered at the Honey Grove

By Malinda Allison

Calling all enthusiastic photographers who want to move beyond shooting in automatic mode of your digital camera!!! Perhaps you are an intermediate who has explored all the buttons on your camera, but yet you’d like to use the features of your camera more deliberately and take greater control of your images. Maybe you’d just like to join fellow enthusiasts, learning together and inspiring one another. If so, our Photography Workshop is meant for you. Taught by veteran photographer, Wanda Holmes, you will also receive on-line help throughout the week if you have problems or questions. You will be exploring exposure, composition, the digital camera, and the digital dark room over 8 fun-filled weeks. You will investigate aperture, shutter speed, ISO, equivalent exposures, f-stops, bracketing, depth of field, focal

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length, light, and metering. Along the way there will be discussions on elements of design and how to use them to greater effect. By the end of the class, you’ll be shooting with greater confidence, a more critical eye, and full control of your gear. All you need to bring is your digital camera and willingness to learn and share. There is a one-time $40 charge for each student. Please call (903-37822060 or e-mail the Honey Grove Library to register for this class, as space is limited. The class will begin on May 14 and will be from 5:30-7:00 p.m. It will continue meeting each Tuesday evening through July 2.

521 E. Sam Rayburn Dr. Bonham, Texas 75418 (across from Pizza Hut)

elyn Huerta, Brooke Miller, & Gaitz Odom

2nd Grade A & B Honor Roll:

Cameron Anderson, Airihanna Bates, Devynn Gonzalez, Evan Holmes, Brayden Jeffries, Danny Krahn, Ra’zean Minter, Johan Reyes, Jose Rodriguez, Judd Shipman, Grayson Symanik, Domynick Waldrip & Ava Yant Side by side or miles apart real friends are always close to the heart.

Honey Grove

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CodeRED Weather Warning is a unique service that automatically notifies citizens in the path of severe weather just moments after a warning has been issued by the National Weather Service. This limited CodeRED Weather Warning subscription is available to you at no direct cost. To receive these notifications go to: www.co.fannin.tx.us Look for CodeRED on the left side navigation.

The est Town Sweet in Texas! Celebrate the Easter Season with the Main Street Presbyterian Church By Cindy Baker Burnett Holy Week begins on Sunday, April 14th (Palm Sunday). The Main Street Presbyterian Church will be observing a Maundy Thursday service at Spring Lake Assisted-Living Facility in Paris on Thursday, April 18th, at 4 pm and will join McKenzie Methodist Church at 7 pm for another Maundy Thursday

service at McKenzie. Then on Friday, April 19th, Main Street will hold a Good Friday service at 7 pm. On Sunday, April 21st--Easter Sunday-- breakfast will be served at 9:30 am, followed by an Easter egg hunt for the children. Worship will begin at 11 am with Holy Communion. We invite the community to join us in any of these events.

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Bonham Self-Storage Unit Auction! AS SEEN ON TV’s “STORAGE WARS!” Notice of Public Sale Sunday April 28th, 10AM Complete contents (misc items) of 1 self-storage unit(s) will be sold to satisfy landlord’s lien. Sale will be held Sunday April 28th, 10AM at Meehan Storage 400 Katy Blvd, Bonham TX 75418. Property includes the contents of 10X10 self-storage unit of Victoria Shockley of May, Texas.

AUCTION @ B&B MINI STORAGE Corner of Hwy 121 & Hwy 11, Randolph, Tx. April 27, 2019 @ 10am Contents of unit D17 lien of Kelly Jackson last known in Whitewright is being sold. Cash Only. Contents must be removed by end of day.

2004 MAZDA RX8 FOR SALE: 220 Chestnut St. Bonham. 903-583-3000.

AUTOMOBILES

2002 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4X4 FOR SALE: 220 Chestnut St. Bonham. 903-583-3000.

FOR SALE: 1992 Ford F250 Custom Pickup Truck, $3,800. Please call 903468-2599.

GARAGE SALES

2010 FORD FOCUS FOR SALE: 220 Chestnut St. Bonham. 903-583-3000.

20 MILE GARAGE SALE AND MARKET ON THE SQUARE Sat, May 4th, 8am-4pm Ladonia, Pecan Gap, Bugtussle, Ben Franklin, and Dial, TX Garage sales, market, junking, collectibles and new items. Something for everyone! For more information visit us at cocladonia.org

2007 MAZDA 3 FOR SALE: 220 Chestnut St. Bonham. 903-583-3000.

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GARAGE/ROOM SALE April 18 & 19, 9am-6pm 214 E Maple, Ravenna Misc, household, 4 racks of men’s and ladies clothes (med-2X), cds, books, old items, flowers and pots. Rain or shine. 903-3758883 GARAGE SALE Fri, Sat, April 19, 20, 9-4 Men’s clothes, washing machine, small window A/C, wheat coins, cook books, horse trailer and miscellaneous. 301 S Center, Bonham.

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COLLEGE STATION – Texas wheat fields look good, but the next few months will determine yield outcomes, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. Wheat was heading or further along in the growing cycle in much of the state. Most fields looked good with little disease and pest pressure reported. (Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service photo by Kay Ledbetter) Wheat growers around the state faced difficulty with fall planting due to incessant rain or had to wait for rain. But most fields appear to be in and performing relatively well, said Dr. Clark Neely, AgriLife Extension small grains specialist, College

Station. Neely said Texas’ wheat acreage is steady at 4.5 million acres despite difficulty getting some fields planted. About 30 percent of wheat fields in the Blacklands region as a whole were not planted due to inaccessible conditions, and unplanted acres northeast of Dallas were likely higher. Texas wheat-growing regions, the Rolling Plains and High Plains, account for 85 percent of those acres and did not experience widespread delays. Dry conditions and warmer temperatures in parts of the state or disease are the main concerns as wheat enters critical growth stages.

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STEERS 300 lbs and under....................$1.40-$2.15 300-400 lbs..............................$1.35-$2.10 400-500 lbs...............................$1.20-$1.85 500lbs & up..................................$100-$175 HEIFERS 300 lbs and under.......................$1.30-$1.90 300-400 lbs.................................$125-$205 400-500lbs..........................$110-$175 500 lbs & up..................................$90-$210 SLAUGHTER Cows..............................................$20-$61 Bulls................................................$50-$86 STOCKERS Stocker ..............................$350-$1350 Pairs....................................$300-$1750 OTHERS Baby Calves..............................$200-$420 Holstein Steers...............................$40-$65 Holstein Heifers...........................2.20-8.50 Goats..............18hd.............$40-$200

CUSTOM FARM SERVICES ●Hay bailing-twine or net wrap. ●Pasture shredding. ●Pasture discing and airiating. ●Grain planting - conventional or notill.WANT TO LEASE pastures for cattle grazing or hay meadows for bailing. HAY FOR SALE George Cattle Company Wolfe City , TX 903-583-0273 903-640-3918 FOR SALE ●35 ft Dual Tandem Gooseneck Trailer, 5 ft dovetail, 12,000 lb winch, $8,000 firm. (Wolfe City). Call 903-450-5641. FARM EQUIPMENT BUYING ag and industrial equipment running or dead. 903-814-8620 Think of a number between 1 and 10. Multiply it by 9 and subtract 1. Now close your eyes. It’s dark isn’t it? 10

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MOVING SALE April 19 & 20, 8am- 6 pm LOTS of tools and building supplies, yard tools, household goods, clothing and much more. 4515 CR 2700, Telephone (Carson Community) Corner of 1396 & 2700. GRANNY’S PLACE Resale shop. 10 South Plaza in Ladonia, TX. Wed-Sat, 10am-5pm. Call 903-367-7095. I used to think I was indecisive, but I’m not too sure any more.

NP FARMS Hay Baling Services NET WRAP OR TWINE Hay for sale year round. Nathan Prater, call or text 903-449-2904. Trenton, Tx and surrounding areas. Thank You For Your Business! Like our page on Facebook at NPFarms4 NP FARMS Looking for acreage to lease for grazing cattle. Call Nathan Porter at 903-449-2904. LOOKING FOR STANDING HAY Johnson Grass or Mixed Grass. Will pay $10/roll. Call Jack at 903-449-3890 or Bill at 214-668-1230. YOUNG TRACTOR WORKS Specializing in complete pasture care under 50 acres. Services include: pasture mowing, spraying, pasture renovation, discing, planting winter rye, seeding pastures, repair hog damage. Also do dirt work: driveways, building sites, grading for drainage. Experienced fast professional servi

LIVESTOCK NEW HONEY BEE HIVES: Fully established hives with bees and honey. Delivery available. Call or text Greg 903505-1141. FOR SALE: Several young Black Angus bulls ready for the herd. Call Glen Watson at 903-249-1752. BABY CHICKS, AND YOUNG LAYING HENS Have several breeds. Beautiful when grown. Excellent layers. 903815-9319 STOCK CATTLE FOR SALE Cow and calf pairs, bred cows, bred heifers, and Black Angus Bulls. Will deliver. Tom Bankston 903-640-3536 or Justin Bankston 903-2271892 When someone asks where you see yourself in 5 years... Buddy, I’m just trying to make it to Friday.


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GLASS TOP PATIO TABLE FOR SALE With 4 chairs and cushions, $50. Call 903583-9150.

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E. L. FINNEY’S GENERAL STORE STOREWIDE SALE April 1st-30th, Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm Come Check Us Out! We have 2 small booths for rent. Call or come by ASAP or they will be gone! 109 W Sam Rayburn Dr, Bonham, TX 903-4862923

mo. Schedule and move-in online at MeehanStorage.com or call (903) 292-0657.

MEEHAN STORAGE At 400 Katy Blvd Bonham, TX has several storage units and boat/RV/vehicle parking spaces now available for immediate move-in. Big 10x10 unit: $65/mo, Huge 10x22 unit: $85/mo, Open Air Parking Spaces: $40/

I BUY JUNK CARS Call or text David Lee at 903-436-2067. Please leave a message.

WANTED LOOKING FOR A SMALL DOG. Would like an inside dog. If you have one, please give me a call. If no answer, leave a message. Call 903-583-4251. I don’t have bad handwriting, I’m just using my own font.

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air with his 9mm handgun to scare the trespasser off his property, and then observed the juvenile subject quickly drive away on an ATV from a freshly killed white-tailed deer. The warden searched the area and could not locate fresh footprints, ATV tire tracks or spent .22 rifle cartridges. The warden then asked the landowner the location of where he discharged his 9mm handgun and after searching that area could not locate any spent pistol cartridges. The white-tailed deer was located, and the warden determined that the direction the deer was laying did not match up with the stories from the landowner. Upon further investigation, the landowner admitted that he had made it all up and admitted to killing the white-

Not Buying That Story A game warden got a call regarding a possible trespassing and deer poaching case in Leon County, and along with several Leon County sheriff’s deputies made contact with the complainant. The landowner informed the officers that he heard several shots near his property line and observed a kid with a .22 rifle on his side of the fence. The landowner stated that he fired three shots into the

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ShareLunker No. 581 Caught by Brad Scott of Gun Barrel City, TX March 29, 2019 in Lake Leon. The bass weighed 13 pounds: Bait/Lure: plastic worm: Day of Week: Fri: Moon Phase: 3Q+2 (TPWD) Send YOUR FISHING OR HUNTING pictures to fcleader@verizon.net, attention Tim or text to 903-227-5702, for free publication on the outdoor page.

Week of March 27, 2019 (TPWD) Bonham Water lightly stained; 64–69 degrees; 0.15’ low. Black bass are good on Texas rigged worms, hollow body frogs, and shakeyhead worms. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are fair on trotlines. Cooper Water stained; 66–72 degrees; 0.24’ high. Black bass are fair on weightless Senkos, Texas rigged craws and spinnerbaits. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Hybrid striper and white bass are good on slabs. Fork Water lightly stained; 68–72 degrees; 0.01’ high. Black bass are slow on Texas rigged craws, hollow body frogs and weightless Senkos. White and yellow bass are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows and jigs. Catfish are good on trotlines. Grapevine Water stained; 65–69 degrees; 0.19’ high. Black bass are fair on squarebill crankbaits, shakeyhead worms and Texas rigged craws. White bass and hybrid bass are good on minnows. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are good on trotlines.

Lavon Water stained; 68–72 degrees: 1.34’ high. Black bass are fair on Texas rigged craws, buzz frogs and swim jigs. White bass are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are fair on trotlines. Lewisville Water stained; 65–70 degrees; 0.05’ high. Black bass are good on squarebill crankbaits, Texas rigged craws and Senkos. White bass are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are fair on trotlines. Monticello Water stained; 66–70 degrees; 1.72’ low. Black bass are good on hollow body frogs, spinnerbaits and Texas rigged craws. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are fair on trotlines. Ray Hubbard Water lightly stained; 66–70 degrees; 0.10’ low. Black bass are fair on shallow crankbaits, Texas rigged craws and shakeyhead worms. Crappie are good on minnows. White bass are good on slabs. Hybrid striper are good on slabs. Catfish are fair on trotlines. Ray Roberts Water stained: 65–70 degrees; 0.03’ low. Black bass

are fair on Carolina rigged worms, Senkos and Texas rigged craws. White bass are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are fair on trotlines. Tawakoni Water stained; 68–73 degrees; 0.45’ high. Black bass are fair on spinnerbaits, Texas rigged craws and hollow body frogs. White bass are good on slabs. Hybrid bass are good on slabs. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are good on trotlines. Texoma Water stained; 65–69 degrees; 3.96’ low. Black bass are good on Texas rigged craws, Flukes and spinnerbaits. Crappie are good on minnows. Striped bass are good on slabs. Catfish are good on trotlines. Toledo Bend Water stained; 62–66 degrees; 2.34’ low. Black bass are good on watermelon spinnerbaits, soft plastics, and Rat–L–Traps. Striped bass are slow. White bass are slow. Crappie are good on minnows and chartreuse tube jigs. Bream are slow. Channel and blue catfish are fair on liver and hot dogs. Yellow catfish are slow.

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tailed deer. The landowner stated he was operating his riding lawn mower and fired three shots at the whitetailed deer with his .22 rifle. Charges and civil restitution against the landowner for taking deer out of season are pending. Sting Operation On March 14, Bexar County game wardens received a call from a complainant that a store was advertising the sale of a freshwater stingray on Facebook. Freshwater stingrays are illegal in Texas. Game wardens went to visit the seller to verify the exotic species. The seller was unaware of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Prohibited and Exotic Species list. The seller stated the freshwater stingray was bought from another store in another state. Many thanks to the concerned caller who alerted game wardens.

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NEED CARPENTER HELPER BONHAM AREA 903-821-0604 HELP WANTED Full time auto detailers. Experience a plus, but will train. Needed ASAP. Call 512-763-6148 RED RIVER HEALTHCARE is needing attendants for the Fannin County, Sherman, Denison and Whitewright areas. Must be a least 18 years of age with no criminal history. Must have own transportation with car insurance. Please call 1-800-289-6555. FREE RV SPACE in exchange for taking care of property in Bonham. Call 903-455-4564. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS HVAC Technicians, Journeyman Electrician, and HVAC/Electric Apprentice & Helpers. Competitive wages based on experience, vacation and company paid insurance. For more information call 903-583-4018 or apply in person at Blain Service Company, 7258 N. Hwy 78 in Ravenna. HIRING FOR A PARTTIME NEWSPAPER POSITION Duties include inserting advertisements and/or rolling of newspapers. Great job for extra income! Call Sharron Freelen at 903-664-3577 or 903-227-9351 for more information. Leave name and phone# if there is no answer, call will be returned. CNC LATHE/MILL MACHINIST POSITION OPENING B.F. Gammon Tool & Die is accepting applications for a immediate opening. 40 hours per week plus overtime. Full benefits including paid healthcare, retirement benefits and holiday, vacation and sick pay. Climate controlled shop. 7:30am-4:00pm, 5 days per week. Send resume via email to brett@bfgammon. com 903-583-3597

NEED HOUSEKEEPER for elderly man for light duty cooking and cleaning. Will consider live-in companion. Located in Ivanhoe area. Call 903664-4202. SOUTHWEST FANNIN SUD JOB OPENING Utility field employee Duties: repair leaks, install water lines, operate heavy equipment, work in all types of weather, mowing, heavy lifting, other duties required to maintain district. Must live within 30 minutes driving time of 8046 W State Hwy 56, Savoy Texas. Must have a valid driver license. Must pass a background check. Must pass a drug test. On Call required. Some weekends required. Paid holidays, insurance benefits, paid vacation and sick leave. Apply in person at 8046 W State Hwy 56, Savoy Texas, Monday – Friday from 8 am – 4 pm. NEED EXPERIENCED MECHANIC HELPER AND WELDER 903-814-0073. THE CITY OF BONHAM STREET DEPARTMENT is accepting applications for the position of Equipment Operator. Requirements: Experience in heavy equipment operation, street repair and construction; perform heavy manual labor, able to lift 50 lbs. unassisted and work in all types of weather conditions. Must have valid Texas driver’s license and ability to obtain a CDL. $11.09 per hour starting pay, health insurance, retirement, vacation, sick leave and uniforms. Pre-employment physical and drug test required. Application and full job description is available at Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut, Bonham, TX 75418 or online at www.cityofbonham. org. Resumes submitted without an application will not be accepted. Position open until filled. The City of Bonham is an Equal Opportunity Employer. CARE FOR THE ELDERLY IN THEIR HOME: Earn $150 per day; work 4 days, then be off 4 days ($2,250 per month working only 15 days each month). Must NOT have any criminal history. Drug screening is required. Call 903-8138477 for interview.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE 30 Self Storage Units. Seller reserves the right to withdraw the property at any time before the sale. Unit items sold for cash to highest bidder. $50 refundable cleaning fee per unit. Property includes household items, furniture, appliances, tools, fishing gear, saddles, tool cabinets, collectables. Property is being sold to satisfy landlord’s lien. TENANT(S): Choice Johnson, Daniel Beal, Timothy Voitik, Patrick Roberts, William Williamson, John Manning, Pamela Tisdale, Colt/Cristyn Floyd, Elisabeth Etheridge, Melissa Lawless, Chris Stevenson, Gerardo Grijalva, David Hunt, Jackie Bell, Dustin Spindle, Rhonda Ewers, Patricia Diaz, Christopher Wash, David Hunt, Kyle Turner, Laura Robinson, Lee Jones, Mandi Hunter, LB Jack Pearson. AUCTION: Bonham Bells Storage 2530 N Center Bonham, Tx 75418 DATE: May 11, 2019. TIME: 9:00 AM … Colton Burns, Auctioneer #17858

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES NICK’S LAWN SERVICE Mowing and Weedeating 903-647-3795 CRYER’S APPLIANCE REPAIR We Come To Your Home Or Business! 35 Years Experience 903.456.6556 BED BUG AND FLEA TREATMENT Bed Bug or Flea, $200 + tax per treatment; Roach, $125 + tax per treatment; Plumbing Specials License#M39536. Eco Friendly Services 903-413-6360 License# TCPL0761333 HOUSE CLEANING Great service, satisfaction guaranteed, experienced and responsible. Call me at 903-486-4472. ACCEPTING NEW CLIENT Experienced, mature Christian, nonsmoking female caregiver has opening for another client in Whitewright, Bells, Leonard or Van Alystne areas. Current clear background check, screening, experienced w/Veterans. References available. Mrs Williams 469-387-4982. S & S TRACTOR SERVICES •Bucket Loader •Driveway Work •Mowing Small Lots and Acreage •Leveling •Post Holes. Call 903421-3989. ART LESSONS Valley Creek Studio Katherine Kluger 903-227-8143 CM REMODELING Remodeling, Finish Carpentry & Repairs “NO JOB TOO SMALL” 903-449-9205

NEED COMPUTER HELP? Computer and software assistance now available in Bonham and surrounding areas. Call Chuck Knight at 903583-0992 RAGON’S ELDER CARE We care for the elderly hourly or 24 hours a day. We are bonded. We do background checks. No one wants to go to a nursing home. By hiring us, you can stay in your own home. Certified by the State of Texas. For more info call 903-227-6936. HANDY HOUSEHOLD SERVICES: Painting, plumbing, minor electrical, siding, flooring, decks, etc. 903-436-8558 AFFORDABLE STUMP GRINDING Front yard or back yard. Call 903-624-6006. TEXAS BEST HANDYMAN & REMODEL: Over 20 years experience. No job to small. Free estimates. Call Eric Baldwin 469-400-4086. Serving Grayson and Fannin Counties. FARM AND LAWN MAINTENANCE Tree service, landscaping, brush clearing, fence of any kind, pipe fence painting, power washing, house painting, flagstone patios, gravel driveways, lot mowing, gutters and drainage, concrete demolition, any odd jobs. Call Jose Vazquez at 903227-5898 or 903-5831259. HOUSE CLEANING Great service, satisfaction guaranteed, experienced and responsible. Call me at 903-486-4472. I’m a multi-tasking procrastinator. I can put off multiple things at once.

ORDINANCES PASSED AT THE APRIL 8, 2019 CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING: Ordinance No. 072104A An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Honey Grove, Texas, amending Ordinance 072104 of the City of Honey Grove; establishing uniform rules and regulations governing the cross connection control and backflow prevention program for the City of Honey Grove potable water distribution system; providing for enforcement of the provision of this Ordinance; providing a savings clause; providing an effective date; providing a penalty; providing a severability clause; and providing an open meetings clause Ordinance No. 040819C An Ordinance of the City of Honey Grove authorizing the issuance of one or more Time Warrant(s) in the total amount of $200,000.00 (Two Hundred Thousand and No/100 Dollars) to Veritex Community Bank, N.A., for the purpose of refinancing an existing loan dated September 22, 2016 as set out in Ordinance 2016-1 (Hereinafter “2016-1”; and to finance a sewer main project from Hwy. 56 to the lift station (Hereinafter “Project”); Authorizing signature by the Mayor and City Secretary; Providing for the repayment of the Time Warrant(s). THE ORDINANCES MAY BE VIEWED IN THEIR ENTIRETY AT CITY HALL, 633 N. 6TH STREET, HONEY GROVE, TEXAS. Adopted and dated this the 8th day of April, 2019. Claude Caffee Mayor ATTEST: Jaci Garner City Secretary

SIRELIO’S LANDSCAPE SERVICES Residential and Commercial Flowerbed cleaning and design, flagstone patios and sidewalks, retaining walls, concrete work, tree service, fence clearing, sod installation, grading and irrigation, pressure washing, remodeling and painting. Free Estimates! 903-421-1750 LIBERTY MOVING Local and long distance moves. Residential and office. Insured and bonded. Located in Leonard, TX. Call 940391-9298 or 940-3909978. NASH ENTERPRISES REMODELING: Bath tile work, painting inside and out, add-ons, drywall. FREE estimates. 903456-3783.

MUNOZ LAWN CARE & TREE TRIMMING All kinds of fences built and repaired too. For estimate call: 903267-2503 GRAVEL DRIVEWAY REPAIR No new gravel needed. Free estimate! Call 903-640-3418. ROBERT’S HEATING AND AIR Licensed and insured. Free estimates. 24 hour service. We accept all major credit cards. Financing Available. Robert Fuller, owner and operator. License# TACLB27431E Call 903-647-0816.

CONTINUED ON PAGE 24 It’s all fun and games until your jeans don’t fit any more.

WINDOM CITY ELECTION CANCELLED The Windom City Council hereby gives notice that the election for May 4, 2019 to elect three council members has been cancelled in accordance with Section 2.053 (a) Texas Election Code. The following incumbents have been certified as unopposed and hereby elected as follows: Incumbents Diane Sivley and Ronald Payne each will begin serving a new two year term in May 2019.

PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE TO THE CITIZENS OF BAILEY, TEXAS

4/16/19

BAILEY GROCERY AND GAS IS APPLYING FOR THE PETITION TO GATHER SIGNATURES FOR A LOCAL LIQUOR ELECTION TO INCLUDE "THE LEGAL SALE OF BEER AND WINE" IN BAILEY TEXAS TO BE FILED WITH THE CITY SECRETARY OF THE CITY OF BAILEY TEXAS

6/23/15 PUBLIC NOTICE To the Registered Voters of the City of Bonham, Texas: Notice is hereby given that the polling place listed below will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., on May 4, 2019 for voting in a General election, to elect Council Members from Ward Nos. 2, 3, and 4. LOCATION OF POLLING PLACE: Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut St, Bonham, Texas. Early voting by personal appearance will be conducted each weekday at Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut St, Bonham, Texas between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. beginning on April 22, 2019 and ending on April 30, 2019. Additional early voting will be held at the same location as follows: on Thursday, April 25, 2019 and Tuesday, April 30, 2019 between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Applications for ballot by mail shall be mailed to: Early Voting Clerk, Heather Stockton, 514 Chestnut, Bonham, Texas 75418. Applications for ballots by mail must be received no later than the close of business on April 23, 2019. Roy V. Floyd, Mayor.

AVISO PÚBLICO A los votantes registrados de la ciudad de Bonham, Texas: Por medio de la presente, se anuncia que las casillas electorales abajo mencionadas, se abrirán desde las 7:00 a.m. hasta las 7:00 p.m. el 4 de Mayo del 2019 para votar en una Elección General, para escoger a los Miembros del Consejo de los distritos electorales números 2, 3, y 4. DIRECCIONES DE LAS CASILLAS ELECTORALES: Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut St, Bonham, Texas. La votación temprana en persona se llevará a cabo de lunes a viernes entre las 8:00 a.m. y las 5:00 p.m. empezando el 22 de Abril del 2019 y terminando el 30 de Abril del 2019 en: Bonham City Hall, 514 Chestnut St, Bonham, Texas. Esta votación temprana también se llevará a cabo en el mismo lugar el jueves, 25 de Abril del 2019 y el martes, 30 de Abril del 2019 entre las 7:00 a.m. y las 7:00 p.m. Las solicitudes para boletas por correo deberán enviarse a: Secretaria de votación temprana, Heather Stockton, 514 Chestnut, Bonham, TX 75418. Las solicitudes para boletas por correo deberán recibirse a más tardar para el fin del cierre de actividades del 23 de Abril del 2019. Roy V. Floyd, Alcalde


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Win First Place in Heritage Day Cornhole Contest and Take Home $500

By Emily Porter, Director of Tourism Bonham Visitor Information Center Heritage Day Festival has

a new event this year. It is a Cornhole Contest. The contest will start at 5:00 pm, just after the downtown parade is finished. Teams consist of two people. The contest will

be held just to the north of the Main Stage at Main and 5th streets. The first prize is $500, second place team wins $200 and third place wins $100 prize money.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH BULLETIN FANNIN COUNTY COURTHOUSE RESTORATION CONSTRUCTION PROJECT Tuesday, April 23rd 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Fannin County AgriLife Extension 2505 N. Center Street, Bonham, TX

Fannin County, along with Turner Construction, are conducting a Community Outreach Event in Bonham, Texas on Tuesday, April 23rd at the Fannin County AgriLife Extension, 2505 N. Center St. All prime contractors, subcontractor, suppliers, vendors and professional service providers are encouraged to come to the event and learn more about the specific project requirements to work on this historic project, introduce yourself or your company to the project team and learn how the team plans to incorporate your talents and services to complete this project.

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While the contest is going on four different bands will be entertaining the crowd. Applications are available at Bonham Visitors Center, and Juba Pizza or on line at www.visitbonham.com. Deadline for registration is Thursday May 2nd. The registration fee is $20 per team and is due when registration is turned in. Cash or check will be accepted for

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTINUED ON PAGE 24 STAPP TREE TRIMMING & REMOVAL: Hauling, Storm Damage, Demolition Work, Dead Wood Removal, Licensed & Bonded. Over 25 Years Experience. Call 903583-7888 “Cheaper than the cheapest. Give me a call, I can handle it all, guaranteed.”

FOR SALE Murray 30” Roundabout Mower, used 1 summer. Call 903-449-2843.

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PETS WANTED LOOKING FOR A SMALL DOG Would like an inside dog. If you have one, please give me a call. If no answer, leave a message. Call 903-583-4251.

the registration fee. Entertaining while the Corn Hole Contest is going on will be Bois’ d Arc Red, Deja Vinyl, Zane Dockery, and Barefoot Nation. Join us for the Heritage Day Festival Saturday, May 4 starting at 10:00 am and continuing through 10:00 pm that evening with Motocross Jumping, Dog Show, Car Show, Motor Cycle Fun

Run, Garden Tractor Pull, a parade, vendors, food, entertainment on the stage and the Cornhole contest.

Have you ever wondered how a Bonham Police Officer is trained? Join the Citizen Police Academy to learn more about your Bonham Police Department and its officers. This on-going program is offered at no cost to qualified individuals. Information is provided as a public service to acquaint you with the Bonham Police Department. The classes are taught by Bonham police officers who provide an accelerated overview of the various operations within the Bonham Police Department. Topics covered will include organizational structure, patrol operations, criminal investigations, Special Response Team, K-9 Unit, narcotics investigations, State Law, policy and use of force. Attendees will get hands-on experience working a mock crime scene and making use of force decisions during scenario training. Our main goal is to increase understanding of police work and to develop effective police/community partnerships. The Citizen Police Academy (CPA) is a

9-week program on Thursdays from 6:00 p.m- 9:00 p.m. Meetings will be held at the Bonham Municipal Courtroom (301 E 5th St.) in the Meeting Room. Attendees must be 18 years of age or older and live, work, or attend school in Bonham. Attendees are required to pass a background check and have no criminal history (other than class “C” traffic offenses). You must sign the waiver of liability and make the commitment to attend the entire academy to graduate. To register, go to www. bonhampd.com and download the application and waiver of liability. Please return completed application and waiver of liability to Lt. Lisa Hughes at the Bonham Police Department, 301 E. 5th St, Bonham, TX 75418 or fax to 903-640-4108 no later than April 24, 2019. Please include a copy of your Texas driver’s license or identification card. If you have questions, please contact Lt. Lisa R Hughes at 903-583-2141 Class starts May 2nd – June 27, 2019

Citizen’s Police Academy

PUBLIC NOTICE OF BID 4/16/19

Notice is hereby given to all interested parties that the Fannin County Commissioners Court will accept sealed bids for the purchase of Rock and Gravel for all Fannin County Precincts. Specifications may be obtained from: Mailing Address:

Physical Address:

Michelle Case Fannin County Purchasing 200 East 1st Street Bonham, TX 75418

Michelle Case Fannin County Purchasing 200 East 1st Street Bonham, TX 75418

Sealed bids must be filed in the County Purchasing Agent’s Office before 3 p.m., May 9, 2019 or said bids will not be considered. Bids shall be opened on May 9, 2019 at 3 p.m. in the Fannin County Purchasing Agent’s Office, 200 East 1st Street, Bonham, TX 75418. Fannin County Commissioners Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

Notice of Public Hearing before the Commissioners Court Notice is hereby given that the Commissioners Court of Fannin County, Texas will hold a public hearing starting at 8:00 a.m., Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at the City of Bonham Council Chambers at the Bonham City Hall, located at 514 Chestnut Street, Bonham, TX 75418.

4/16/19

The Commissioners Court will consider the Austin Bridge application and take any necessary actions on the application. Details of the Subject Property: 10 Acres out of 111.586 Acre tract on the corner of Pecan and Bicentennial in Bonham, Texas

4/16/19

Address and Legal Description: A0190 Wm Cox Survey Present Zoning Classifications: Agriculture

Requested Zoning Classifications: Specific Use Permit for Temporary Asphalt Plant Any owner of property subject to the zoning change (those within 200 feet of the 10 acre property line and who will also receive a letter from the Bois d’ Arc Lake Zoning Commission) may protest the zoning change by filing a written protest with the Administrative Assistant to the Fannin County Judge. The protest must be received by the Administrative Assistant to the Fannin County Judge by 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 26, 2019. Responses received after that time shall not be counted in the record of response. The protest shall state the reason for the protest, list the address of the property or contain a legal description of the property on behalf of which the protest is made, and be signed by the owner of the property. All interested citizens of the County are invited to attend and participate in the public hearing. Additional information and protest forms may be obtained in the Fannin County Judge’s Office located at 514 Chestnut Street, Bonham, TX 75418 or by contacting the Administrative Assistant to the Fannin County Judge, at 903-583-7455.

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Dodd City Elementary Honor Rolls 3rd Nine Weeks

Dodd City Jr. High Honor Rolls 3rd Nine Weeks

2nd Grade

Mattox Amigh, Holden Atchley, Collin Baum, Kennedy Chaney, Preston Dickerson, Kodi Dorau, Kasey Knight, Kennedy Mcdonald, Ada Melson, Iskander Ortega, Raiden Weeks, Eastyn Weissert

3rd Grade

A Olivia Cabianca, Gabriela De Le Rosa, Grayson Ozment, Reed Rich A/B Ethan Bruce, Paige Clark, Alexis Forder, Ayden Harris, Abigail Lee, Tinzlee Parfait, Mckenzye Partridge, Gavin Rogers, Nathan Roskowske, Seth Roskowske, Payton Strawbridge, Kinley White, Alana Wilder

4th Grade

A Caroline Lackey, Dominic Lillie A/B Annalee Baker, Summer Clark, Larissa Friesen, Chelsea Glover, Kayleigh Mcbrayer, Ian Ortega

5th Grade

A Kenzi Freeman, Sierra Garcia, Kailen Kavanaugh, Grady Ozment, Christina Tran, Addison Weeks A/B Kaleb Covington, Elizabeth Cross, Cash Crossland, Gavin Crum, Abraham De La Rosa, Grace Eichman, Miicah Fite, Kelsey Hewett, Breezy Jenkins, Christopher Kersey, Addisyn Middleton, Riley Murray, Gavin Shindlerchloe Strawbridge, Radney Weeks, Taegan Williams

6th Grade

A Alexis Dudley, Katie Ferguson, Augustine Lillie, Caylee Mills, Charles Wild, A/B Logan Briggs, Audri Holland, Caleb Munger, July Peoples, Matthew Stephens, Angel Voss, Leo Wilson,

7th Grade

A Addyson Chaney, Kara Freeman, Mercedez Oliver, Lily Waller, A/B Kaylen Atchley, Ethan Barnard, Makenze Cason, Cesli Crum, John Gilbreath, Addison Hill, Zoie Hobbs, Emma Jenkins, Zaryah Kennon, Austin Klockgether, Lucas Kopf, Jaden Mahan, Kadyn Mccarley, Natally Medina, Nautica Morris, Michael Ortega, Hadley Ozment, Tyler Smithson, Layton Vaught, Trevin Wilson

8th Grade

A Tiana Jenkins A/B Connor Alley, Ashton Balvin, Emily Ferguson, Reagan Lillie, Camryn Mccarley, Carson Morrison, Brooklyn Simpson, Lindsey Skipper, Tatum Strawbridge, Laura Turner, Austin Weeks

Dodd City High School Honor Rolls 3rd Nine Weeks

10th Grade

A Cailyn Nolen, Rylie Ozment, Riley Stephens, Brayden Vaught, Prairie Wild A/B Dani Baccus, Kason Carson, Braylee Cowan, Luisa Eachus, Savanah Ford, Harlee Garcia, Logan Hartnett, Journie Hilliard, Jackson Kersey, Payton Kinkade, Chase Lyde, Raigan Nichols, Evie Nutt, Sara Turner

11th Grade

A Ryan Brooks, Amber Johnson, Mckenzee Jones, Emily Klockgether, Alec Simpson A/B Mckenzie Eaton, Wylie Fosher, Cassidy Herron, Camryn Hubbard, Cole Massie, Delaney Pilliod, Noah Stockton, Jason Turner, Stormie Wild, Hannah Worley

12th Grade

A Sarah Brent, Jacey Horton, William Monroe, Zoee Reese, Abigail Weeks A/B Ashlyn Briggs, Callie Caldwell, Sara Garcia, Marissa Mills, Emily Munger, Jaden Stevens, Pate Wilkerson, Cassandra Woodlee

Bonham Nursing and Rehab 709 West Fifth St. Bonham, TX 75418 903-583-8551 Bonham Nursing and Rehab is accepting applications for RN’s, LVN’s, CNA’s Positions available on all shifts, weekend doubles and weekend RN supervisor. Apply in person or call 903-583-8551

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE 4-16-19

Fannin County Clerk’s office has an immediate opening for a Records Clerk. P/T position, $9.43 per hour, 16 hours per week and possibly more for special projects, availability Monday-Thursday 10am-2pm. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Must have a minimum of a High School diploma; be able to type 35 wpm (typing certification is required), computer proficiency, detail oriented, and excellent customer service skills. Must have transportation and current driver’s license; be able to lift 35lbs, climb stairs, Possess a strong work ethic and be of good moral character. DUTIES: Including but not limited to: scanning and loading supporting documents into the Odyssey system, making copies, filing, data entry, picking up mail and assisting the Land Records deputy or other areas as needed. Cross training is expected in order to assist other areas of the County Clerk’s office as needed. BENEFITS: Retirement, vacation and sick pay pro-rated Application, Typing Certification and Resumes must be turned in to: Fannin County Clerk’s Office, 800 E. 2nd Street, Bonham 75418 at the Wire and Plastics Building.

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DOROTHY LILLIAN STROUD

We think of you in silence, We often speak your name, But all we have are memories, And your picture in a frame.

THOMAS “TOM” MILLER

9th Grade

A Kaylee Freeman A/B Ian Baker, Tori Dotson, Kylee Graves, Kimberly Medina, Ryan Mills, Ali Preas, Paizley Vaught, Gunnar Wilson

OBITUARIES

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Bonham - Dorothy Lillian Stroud, age 85, of Bonham, TX went to be with the Lord on Saturday, April 6, 2019. She was born on September 13, 1933 to Virgil Lee and Nannie Marie (Shannon) Roberts. Dorothy married Clarence Ray Stroud on June 1, 1952 in Paris, TX. She graduated in 1952 from Dodd City High School and was valedictorian of her class. Dorothy went to work at the courthouse in Bonham at the age of 18 doing clerical work and later went to work for Lone Star Gas Company. After many years there she began keeping books for S & T Construction, a small construction company started by her husband. Many years later she went to work at Post-Newsweek Cable. She was a member of Trinity Baptist Church. Dorothy enjoyed country western music, going dancing, being outdoors, shopping, cooking and taking care of her animals. Her greatest love was her family gatherings, watching her grandchildren and great grandchildren participate in sports and other activities. Dorothy was preceded in death by her loving husband of 42 years, Clarence Ray Stroud, and her parents, Virgil and Marie Roberts. Left to cherish her memories are her daughter, Tami Collins and husband Joe; grandchildren, Melissa Crossland and husband Chad, Jason Collins and wife Krystal and Melaina Kampfer and husband Daniel; Great grandchildren, Cash Crossland, Meleah Crossland and Kalani Kampfer; Aunt Lillian Orbin, special friends Lee Pearson, and Wayne and Jleetia Lee and family and her little dog, Bella. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 at Cooper-Sorrells Funeral Home Chapel Bonham, TX. Wayne Lee of Grand Prairie, TX officiated; interment followed at Willow Wild Cemetery in Bonham, TX. Serving as pallbearers were Jason Collins, Chad Crossland, Daniel Kampfer, Chuck Crossland, Matthew Lee, and David Lee. To convey condolences or sign an online registry, please visit www.coopersorrells.com

JENNIFER KRISTINE ‘KRISTI’ (MAAS) TALLON Funeral for Jennifer Kristine ‘Kristi’ (Maas) Tallon, age 37, of Bells, Texas will be held at 10:00 AM on Monday, April 15, 2019 at First Baptist Church of Saint Jo. Graveside to follow at Mountain Park Cemetery in Saint Jo. Visitation will be held from 2:00-4:00 PM at Scott Funeral Home in Saint Jo on Sunday, April 14, 2019. Mrs. Tallon passed away on Wednesday, April 10, 2019.

A Memorial Service for Thomas “Tom” Miller, age 58 of Ravenna, TX was held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at Wise Funeral Home Chapel in Bonham, TX. Derrell Hall officiated. Thomas passed away on April 4, 2019. He was born September 23, 1960 in Port Arthur, Texas to Donald Ray Miller and Melba Charlene Floyd Miller. Tom was an avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting, fishing, boating, four-wheeling and snow skiing, though his passion was sailing. His love of the ocean and salt water fishing was always his favorite vacation destination. Music was an important part of Tom’s life, he played the acoustic, electric, and bass guitar, as well as other instruments. He was the bass player in several local country bands over the years. Tom was a great dancer and loved to two-step. Tom attended Lamar University, Grayson College and A&M in Commerce. He was a licensed water well driller and held a Nebosh Safety Certification. His main profession was the Driller in the family owned water well business, Miller Drilling Company. He also worked on oil rigs in Mexico and Texas. Tom will be remembered as the one who always kept everyone laughing, cheered you up when you were down, and was there for you when you needed a friend. He was an excellent cook and enjoyed preparing food for family gatherings and reunions. Tom was devoted to and loved his family very much. He had many life-long friendships and will be greatly missed by all who loved him. Thomas was preceded in death by his father, Donald Ray Miller. Surviving are his mother, Charlene Floyd Miller; two sisters, Tribby Miller Steuber and husband John of Bridge City, TX and Tina Miller Cashion and husband Charles of Ravenna; brother, Toby Ray Miller and wife Rachael of Canton.; five nieces and nephews and many great-nieces and great-nephews An online guestbook is available at www.wisefuneralhome. com. In lieu of flowers donations can be made in honor of Thomas Miller to the Shriners Hospitals for Children-International Houston 6977 Main St. Houston, TX 77030 you can also call 844-739-0849 or via web at https://donate.lovetotherescue.org

DENTON JONES

Bonham, Texas – Denton Jones went to be with our Heavenly Father on April 9, 2019. He was a devoted husband, loving dad, PawPaw, brother, uncle and teacher. Denton was born to Johnnie and Otha Jones on August 2, 1931 in Roxton, Texas. Denton graduated from Roxton High School and received Bachelor’s (’52) and Master’s (’57) degrees from East Texas State University. He served in the US Army from 1952-1954, some of which time was spent as a medic and message runner in the Korean War. Denton married the love of his life, Jocelyn on June 24, 1956. He spent 3 years in the Roxton ISD as principal, teacher of Social Studies, typing and bookkeeping. He also coached football,

basketball (boys and girls) and track, and in his spare time he drove a school bus. Denton and Jo made their home in Bonham, where he taught in Bonham ISD from 1959 to 1992. He was an active member of First Baptist Church, the Civitan Club, the Kiwanis Club, the Texas State Teacher’s Association and a volunteer at Fort Inglish. Denton is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Joceyln, daughter DeLisa (and Bill) Catalane of Sherman, son Bill (and Solinda) Jones of Carrollton, five grandchildren, Kandace Catalane, Kristen Catalane, Klint Catalane, Rachel Jones and Lauren Jones, and two great grandchildren, Kylee and Cameron. Denton was preceded in death by his parents Otha and Johnnie Jones and sister Martha Quisenberry. The funeral was held on Saturday, April 13, at First Baptist Church of Bonham, followed by a burial in Roxton, To convey condolences or sign an online registry, please visit www.coopersorrells.com


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James E. Froelich, DO, FACOFP dist, of Bonham, was recognized on several occasions during the recent annual convention of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, meeting at the Sheraton Grand Chicago Hotel, in downtown Chicago. As Master of Ceremonies for ACOFP’s President’s night, as chairman of one of four reference committees and named as Chairman of the Conclave of Fellows, Dr. Froelich was in the forefront of the annual gathering of family physicians. ACOFP’19 serves as both an educational setting for physicians as well as the gathering time for the Congress of Delegates, as about 300 family physicians represent their states and areas to set policy and evaluate family medical practice and directions. Dr. Froelich was chairman of one of four Reference committees, charged with leading the debate and discussion on a Bylaws change setting requirements for the admission of M.D. physicians to join the ACOFP. Other topics included opioid education for the practicing physicians, additional studies of nutrition in the core requirements of medical schools and addressing gun violence as a public health issue. During ACOFP’19, the Conclave of Fellows of the ACOFP named Dr. Froelich as Chairman of the Conclave. Dr. Froelich earned the honor as Distinguished Fellow of the ACOFP in 2016, a group of just over sixty physicians in history at that time. Fellows earn their distinction through years of education and service, attendance in national educational meetings, and completion of scientific papers. Dr. Froelich earned an award for Outstanding Paper when first named as a Fellow. To become a Distinguished Fellow, there are added requirements of continued service, leadership, attendance of 20 meetings of ACOFP as well as

the American Osteopathic Association, and mentoring other physicians in their progress to becoming Fellows. At the 2019 Conclave, Dr. Froelich presented the honor of Fellow to Dr. Kathryn Lincoln, DO, the fourth Fellow sponsored by Dr. Froelich. Serving as Master of Ceremonies for the President’s Night of ACOFP’19, Dr. Froelich took the stage to honor incoming friend Robert DeLuca DO FACOFP dist of Eastland, Texas, as the 2019-2020 President of ACOFP. Traditionally, Dr. Froelich, Dr. DeLuca and Dr. Steven Bander, of Farmersville, have treated ACOFP presidents with specially adapted songs and slide presentations. With Dr. DeLuca coming in as President, there were new challenges to the surprise, but with the added participation of many osteopathic medical students coming to the stage, this year’s “You Ain’t Nothing But a D.O.” was a crowd favorite for over 600 gathered guests. Dr. Jim Froelich has served the Bonham and Fannin County, Texas, community as a physician since moving to his wife’s hometown in August, 1982. He is a graduate of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine (TCOM) in Fort Worth and Texas A&M University. Dr. Froelich has served as president of the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association, the Texas Society of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, the TCOM Alumni Association, and has served the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) in the House of Delegates, as Ambassador for OMED (the annual convention of AOA) and program chairman among other committees leadership positions. Wife Deidre Froelich is President Elect of the Auxiliary to the ACOFP and is Past President of the Advocates for the AOA (AAOA) and Advocates for TOMA (ATOMA). Dr. Froelich owns Family Care Clinic, 2105 N Center Street, Bonham, TX, and continues to see patients as a Family Physician, with special focus on heart attack and stroke prevention. For more information, contact famcare05@verizon.net.


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Bois d’Arc Lake Service Spillway Chute (looking south) Workers place seal slabs on the lower chute of the Service Spillway, protecting the ground from moisture prior to pouring concrete. When Bois d’Arc Lake is above capacity, water from the lake will flow down the Service Spillway into the Stilling Basin, seen at the bottom of the picture, before flowing into Bois d’Arc Creek.

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